When people with schizoid personality disorder seek treatment, psychotherapy is the most common form of treatment administered. This therapy is a form of counseling that focuses on increasing general coping skills and improving self-esteem, communication, and social interaction.
Trust is an essential component of therapy, making treatment challenging for the therapist. People with the disorder find it hard to form relationships that require trust and opening up with others. Social skills training is also a crucial component of treatment.
A therapist may prescribe medication if someone suffers from other psychological issues like depression.